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Lightsabers look weird in KOTOR 2


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#1 triclops41

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Posted 19 January 2018 - 08:59 PM

I have KOTOR 2 on Steam with TSLRCM.  I was trying to remove some mod files from my override folder that were making my game crash in KOTOR 1. Couldn't get KOTOR Ultimate to uninstall, so I deleted what I thought were its files from my KOTOR 1 override folder. It is supposed to effect KOTOR 2 as well, though. Apparently, on my playthrough of KOTOR 2, I have done something to mess up lightsabers. I have included a pic. I tried subscribing/unsubbing from fixed lightsaber colors 1/2 and lightsaber textures on Steamworkshop, but no fix. I probably deleted some important files in override, but not sure what to do now.

https://imgur.com/a/AvSJ2

Please help, I just got my lightsaber and my game looks silly now.



#2 Mephiles550

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Posted 19 January 2018 - 10:00 PM

First, unsubscribe to all mods, or go into the Steam workshop folders and remove the files manually then resub to them later if you want. Honestly, I recommend you just download mods the standard way (TSLpatcher or copy and paste into override) The Steam workshop is more of a pain than anything.

 

If that doesn't work, try to do this to the kotor2.ini file and edit the line DisableVertexBufferObjects = 0

Add spaces in between the words and set the value to one so that it looks like this Disable Vertex Buffer Objects=1



#3 DeadMan

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Posted 20 January 2018 - 07:29 AM

Looks like saber blade textures or *.txi are messed up.

Try to search your Override folder (both in main game folder and in Workshop folder) for w_lsabre*.tga and w_lsabre*.txi and remove them.


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